National Geographic : 1950 Oct
© National GeograplilC Society + Indian Women in Calca Drink Chicha, the Incas' Sprouted-corn Beer Some native beer is still made the Inca way. The women chew corn, spit it out, let it start to ferment, then add water. Pie-pan hats may be reversed in rainy weather. These are worn "sunny side up." .y aou(la(lrolilis fy 1IpI OUSS 4 Sales Are Measured, Not with a Scale but by the Pile: Pisac These vegetables call to mind that ancient Peruvians domesticated more food and medicinal plants than any other early people. Corn, potatoes, and quinine repre sent three of their many contributions.